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To modify a piece of standard software to suit some specific needs of the organisation. For example an accounting system developed to meet typical UK accounting requirements may need some customisation if bought by a user in a country with different accounting and reporting standards.

However, for such customisation to be possible would require, either access to the source code (unlikely, unless you developed it yourself, or are willing to buy the company), or are able to convince the software developers about the need to customise the software to meet your specific needs.

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